My first book, The Race, is in paperback, available for purchase, right here! It’s the first-person account of a mountain bike race, from the parking lot that morning, to recovering after the finish line. As much a meditation on suffering, as it is an adrenaline-fueled seat-of-your-pants read set in the beautiful hills around Chelan, WA in 2004.
Follow-up to The Race is another paperback, The Moth Problem, and you can get it right here. The Moth Problem is a novella set on the Front Range in Colorado, and chronicles a young couple dealing with two very different, but converging fears as an immense miller moth migration passes over them.
He’s Gone is a dark tale which unfolds chronologically in reverse over a few days in the late 1980s in Syracuse, NY. It’s the story of someone being in the wrong place at the wrong time, and not at all being prepared for the consequences. Like the others, you can get yourself a copy right here!
Thank you to those of you who’ve gone ahead and purchased one of my books, I appreciate your support!
Scroll down to find a few mostly, but not all, dark stories and anecdotes.
On the Ledge, Waiting for Flouride
We were waiting in line, up against the wall in the hallway outside the lunchroom. My feet were on the dark brown strip of speckled terrazzo bordering the wall, it was separated from the main field of the hallway floor by a thin brass line. I stood on the darker brown floor along the wall…
My Very First Book – “Snoopy Rides”
Visiting my parents house I’ve discovered the very first piece of creative writing I believe I ever put together. What follows is a small booklet written and illustrated by myself at about 8 years old. I hope you enjoy this silly little bit of fan fiction from circa 1977.
Read my story in Suburban Witchcraft Magazine
I’m pleased to let you know my story, Bioluminescence, has been published in Suburban Witchcraft Magazine. It’s a beautiful journal of poetry and art, plus one magical realism story by yours truly. Check it out here I’m making my way through it slowly still, stopping here and there to stretch my legs a bit and…
PROFIT Part One – Tyler “I don’t understand why you want this kind of influence around you, Tyler. It’s not healthy!” “It’s your fucking system, God! Turn the shit off if you don’t like it!” “Don’t you talk to me like that!” Sally and Tyler Felt, mother and son. They lived in one of those…
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